Taste of Home Cooking School
South Hall at the La Crosse Center
November 4th, 2014
General Admission $16.90
Doors open at 4:45
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The LaCrosse county board approves raises next year for the sheriff and the clerk of courts. For 2011 Sheriff Steve Helgeson will receive a three percent pay hike bringing his annual wages to $92,143. Clerk of courts Pam Radtke will make a little over 63 grand this year. For next year the county board has increased her wages by five percent bringing her annual salary up to $66,383.
Jeff Wood will NOT be kicked out of the Wisconsin Assembly for drunk driving.
Early today, the Assembly voted overwhelmingly to censure Wood for his O-W-I arrests, instead of expelling him. The Chippewa Falls lawmaker starts a jail sentence next week for an arrest near Portage. Wood also was charged with an O-W-I in Tomah last fall. That case is still in court. Assembly members were trying to wrap up an all-night session when the expulsion bill was brought up for debate around 6 o'clock this morning.
An attaboy from the feds for Don Weber and his company Logistics Health in La Crosse. LHI has been honored by the Department of DEfense with a Pro Patria award. It's an award given to employers who go above and beyond what is required in supporting employees who are in the National Guard or Reserves. Among the things LHI was cited for in the award is the company bridging the gap in pay between what employees make on demployment and what they earn while on the job at LHI.
When you don't want to pay rent, can you just say, 'no?' Shelby Youth Baseball essentially did. In a letter to the city of La Crosse. Shelby Ball leaders addressed the new five hundred dollar per year rent they were being asked to pay for a parking lot across from Shelby fields. City Public Works director Dale Hexom says numerous exchanges with Shelby has him convinced that they're not going to pay the rent that the city council approved last year. And since people at the fields will use the parking lot anyway, he's recommending to the council that they simply return to the original dollar per year rent deal.